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Cheap areas to stay in Liverpool

Liverpool is a great place for inexpensive accommodation and you’ll find affordable hotels even in the very center of the city. This is a great location to stay since many of Liverpool’s main attractions will be within easy walking distance from your hotel, such as the Walker Art Gallery, the Liverpool Wheel, a giant Ferris wheel, and the World Museum. You’ll also find cheap lodging at the city’s old docks overlooking the River Mersey. The docks have been extensively restored in recent years and include many splendid buildings from the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

Cheap hotels in Liverpool

The budget-friendly Ibis Liverpool Centre Albert Dock – Liverpool One has a great location just a few steps from the old docks and a 10-minute walk from the city center. Its guestrooms are clean and comfortable and feature tea and coffee making facilities. The Euro Hostel Liverpool offers cheap deals in the city center. The hostel has both private and shared rooms, with the dormitory-style lodging providing a great option to save money. The reasonably priced Lord Nelson Hotel is just a few steps from the city center’s Lime Street Station and its guestrooms are stylish and modern.

Where to find cheap food in Liverpool

Liverpool’s city center has a good selection of inexpensive restaurants that offer excellent value, with Indian, Chinese and Italian food all available, as well as a variety of fast food outlets. There are also cafés in the center that are a good option for breakfast and lunch. Many of the city’s pubs also offer reasonably priced food at lunchtimes and in the evenings, and you’ll also be able to sample some English ales. One cheap way to dine is to eat at one of the city’s traditional English fish and chip shops.

Cheap things to do in Liverpool

Set in a magnificent building from the 19th century, the Walker Art Gallery, located in the city center, offers free admission at all times and has an exceptional collection of artworks. These include paintings by Rembrandt and Degas, as well as more contemporary works by the likes of David Hockney and Lucien Freud. Opened in 1853, the World Museum is dedicated to natural history, science and technology. Located on the northern edge of the city center, its exhibits include a planetarium, a bug house, and an aquarium. “Penny Lane”, from 1967, is the title of one of the Beatles’ most famous hits and you can actually go and see the real Penny Lane in today’s Liverpool. This typically Liverpudlian street with its red-brick houses and shops is about 3 miles from the city center.

Cheap ways to get around Liverpool

You can get around Liverpool without spending too much money by using the inexpensive public transit system. This includes an extensive network of bus services, urban trains, and passenger ferries that sail on the River Mersey. A good way to save money is to buy Saveway tickets. These allow unlimited travel on buses, trains, and ferries for one day, except during the weekday morning rush hour. The tickets are available in many shops or at Travel Centres located in Liverpool ONE and Queen Square bus stations.

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